That's 13 mph, for the gym-challenged out there. It translates to about a four-and-a-half-minute mile, though Gomez didn't maintain maximum speed that long.
"They said it looked like a jog for him," Roenicke said, "so he's coming along really well. Hopefully, it'll be those 15 days or just a couple added onto that, but it should be close."
Gomez is eligible to come off the 15-day disabled list beginning May 1. He took batting practice with the rest of the team on Friday but still has to perform running drills on the field before he's cleared to play.
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